Primates

A silverback gorilla in Bwindi impenetrable forest.

The Alpha

Mgahinga National Park

Sitting in the presence of a Silverback is certainly not a moment you will forget. And when he makes eye contact...wow.

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A baby gorilla in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Baby of Bwindi

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

There has been a recent baby boom in Bwindi which has given rise to some fantastic sightings and encounters.

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A close up of a silverback gorilla in the forests of Uganda

Mark

Mgahinga National Park

Mark is the dominant Silverback of the Nyakagezi family. The group is nine strong, but unusually contains three Silverbacks.

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Look Down

Mgahinga National Park

When a Silverback looks at you, make sure you look down. Showing submission to the Alpha is key.

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Mum's The Best Seat

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Nothing is more comfortable than mum. When I saw this baby, it clambered onto its mother to get a better look at me.

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Gentle Giant

Mgahinga National Park

Gorilla's faces are so expressive. Even the 'moody' and 'grumpy' Silverbacks can look gentle and caring.

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